I would like to put two questions out as a food-for-thought exercise.
How does or has PAMS impacted your life and that of your family? (For those who may not participate in PAMS, who do you think the major players are and why in the social movement that is PAMS?)
What would it mean to you to see a policy acknowledging the realities of PAMS?
Do not feel like this must be a warm and fuzzy response. It inspires me to think critically about the actors, issues, circumstances, and areas of opportunity in hearing about all the different colors and experiences.